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Out of control space vandalism

  oresome 10:43 26 Jan 2018
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A New Zealand company has launched what has been described as a giant disco ball into space and it will become the brightest object in the night sky for the nine months it's expected to remain in orbit.

Should there be some international policing of what is sent into space?

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  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 13:10 26 Jan 2018

Space "adverts" next then?

  Aitchbee 14:51 26 Jan 2018

So this bright light might be visible, shooting across the sky perhaps for a few minutes, maybe twice during the hours of darkness, when most people will be tucked up in bed, that is, if it's not too cloudy.

I wouldn't class that as space vandalism.

  qwbos 15:06 26 Jan 2018

If Tracey Emin hears about this, she'll be getting oversized sequins sown onto her unmade bed and launching it into space funded by the taxpayer.

  bumpkin 23:30 26 Jan 2018

Could be somewhere to get rid of the plastic.

  oresome 10:42 07 Feb 2018

I read we have a bit more junk in space now.

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  alanrwood 11:52 07 Feb 2018

I believe it is on its way to Mars but will just miss it and go to the asteroid belt before being pulled back into the sun.

  oresome 12:00 07 Feb 2018

Will the car soon be out of warranty due to the distance travelled?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:06 07 Feb 2018

I believe they used a reusable rocket sled in the 1950

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